West Berkshire
Parent Carer Forum


Empower and enable your voices to be heard

Welcome to West Berkshire Parent Carer Forum!

We are a friendly group of parent carers who have children with special educational needs and/or disabilities aged from 0 -25 yrs.

We want to improve our local services, and by coming together as a collective, we can and do make changes. We are always happy for more people to join us, there’s no charge to join, and we are a relaxed fun group, So if you would like to be part of a friendly bunch of people who would like to see SEND changes in West Berkhire, we would love to have you

As a Forum we can support and train parent/carers to enable you to have your voices and opinions count, and to be involved with shaping services alongside professionals who provide health, education, adult and social services.

Our shared mission is to improve and enhance the experiences and opportunities of children and younge people with additional needs, by enabling parents and carers to be heard, and to be at the heart of decisions about development and delivery of services in West Berkshire.

The Forum represents the views of the collective community and not an individual voice. We are unable to advocate for individual families, but signpost to specialist services.

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Did you know the WB Autism Team has changed? Come along and meet some new team members, and find out what's happening.

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Time To Talk - Are You Supporting A Child Who is Struggling?

This series of four talks are aimed at those living with or supporting a child oryoung person and draws upon our collective knowledge and experience ofworking with this age group. These are not "how to parent" talks but rather aguide to both increase understanding and knowledge as well as provide somepractical strategies for supporting both you and your child. The talks aredesigned to work as a complete series and as such do lead on from each otherbut you can also attend single talks if preferred.
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